Photos: Martha Hutzell
Words: Giana Han
On October 20, Centennial students pulled into the parking lot to see writing filled parking spots that celebrated National Writing Day. Mr. O’Brien’s Advanced Composition class arranged the event, and they were at each lunch running different writing activities. During lunch, the Advanced Composition students had games, posters, and contests that the other students could participate in. They asked students why they write, and the students were able to put their response on a huge poster.
Words: Jonah Drenning
In Mr. Eisenstein’s physics class, students pushed Eisenstein’s car across the small road leading to the teacher parking lot in order to apply concepts taught in the classroom to a real world setting. Students recorded measurements in order to calculate push forces exerted by the students and the friction coefficient inside of the car.